'The Moment,' block print by Pat Nolan. (The lettering reads, 'This moment has always existed.')

The Quicksilver Mine Co. opens ‘Bakers Dozen 2011,’ the Forestville gallery’s annual group exhibition featuring 13 Northern California artists, on Friday, Jan. 21.

A reception for the artists will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday,  Jan. 22. The exhibit runs through Feb. 27. Gallery hours are 11 a.m to 6 p.m. Thursday through Monday.

This year’s show features:

— Collaborative poetry and antique letterpress broadsides by printmaker Micah Schwaberow, poet Elizabeth Herron and writer/letterpress artist Eric Johnson.

— Altered books by Sally Seymour.

— Word-related drawings and paintings by Brian Howlett, Michael Coy and Cecilia Hallinan.

— Lin Max’s ‘Gray Matters,’ collages (created from scribblings by Eleanor Hugins).

— Brooke Holve’s poetic box constructions;.

— Jack Carter’s artist books and drawings.

— Loreen Barry’s archetypal language and meticulous assemblage constructions.

— Letterpress “word image” pictures by Laurie Szujewska of Ensatina Press.

— Poet Pat Nolan’s block print broadsides.

A literary event, ‘Art Words,’ will be held in conjunction with the exhibit, at 7 p.m. Feb. 24.

The Quicksilver Mine Co. is  at 6671 Front St. (Highway 116) in downtown Forestville.  For more information: (707) 887-0799, www.quicksilvermineco.com.